In terms of our weekly college football picks, we are having some success in our SU and O/U picks, while our ATS selections leave a little to be desired. We hope to get them all looking healthy by the end of the season, but this is just something you might want to keep in mind when using our selections in your parlays and such. Through the opening 4 weeks, we are 8-4 in SU plays, 5-7 in ATS, and a healthy 10-2 with our O/U picks. We have also had 5 parlay picks hit this season, so overall we are in pretty good shape. We would, though still like to do better, so let’s see if we can do that with our Week 5 college football parlay picks so you can get ready to bet against the NCAAF odds.
2021 Parlay Picks for Week 5 | College Football Betting
NCAAF Week 5 SU Parlay – Georgia, Cincinnati, Oklahoma State
With our straight up picks, we usually go with games where the spread is a TD or less, but it’s a little different for our first pick. The bookies have Georgia in as a massive favorite over Arkansas, but this is not an easy game. The Dawgs make the ticket this week.
We have another huge game between a pair of top 10 teams set to go, with the Cincinnati Bearcats and Notre Dame Fighting Irish squaring off. The Playoff Committee always favors Power 5 teams, so this is essentially an elimination game. I’m on the Bearcats to take it.
A pair of unbeaten top 25 teams meet this weekend, with the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Baylor Bears set to duke it out. The Cowboys have win 6 in a row and 7 of their last 8 overall in their own building. I’m on them to stay unbeaten.
NCAAF Week 5 ATS Parlay – Iowa (-4), Pittsburgh (-3 ½), Oregon (-8)
We get our ATS parlay started a little early in Week 5, with the Iowa Hawkeyes going on the road to Maryland as a 4-point favorite on Friday night. The Hawkeyes have been a very good bet as the favorite, covering in 6 of their last 8.
With the ACC up for grabs now that Clemson is in trouble, the Pittsburgh Panthers head to Atlanta this weekend to face the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. They have covered in 4 of their last 6 against Tech, so let’s take them again.
It is beginning to look as though we may see some changes in the top 4 this season, but can the Oregon Ducks sustain their early challenge. They head to Stanford, where they have covered the spread in 6 of their last 9 visits.
NCAAF Week 5 O/U Parlay – Michigan (O43 ½), Oklahoma (O52 ½), BC (U48)
It looks as though we might have ourselves a bit of a battle in the Big Ten this season. Michigan and Wisconsin meet this weekend in what should be a huge game. The OVER has hit on 8 of Michigan’s last 9 road games, so let’s take the OVER again.
In recent years, Oklahoma has been all about offensive football combined with some dodgy defense. That has led to high-scoring games, but the offense has been a little off the past couple of weeks. I think they get back to business against Kansas State and take the total OVER.
It is hard to believe that Clemson is already 2-2 and harder still to believe that their offense has looked terrible thus far. They have a tricky one this weekend against Boston College, who has seen 11 of their last 16 road games go UNDER.